Freshman Ryann Stefaniak scored 10 points in her Nazareth debut and sophomore guard Makalah Sizer (Brighton) scored seven points and handed out a team-leading four assists.
Freshman Vanzell Johnson (Fairport) scored 11 points with two assists and two steals.
Kingsley Malcolm and Timmy Hirschler scored back-to-back goals in the opening 10 minutes and Fairport never looked back…
Trailing 27-22 midway through the third quarter, Passero wasted no time igniting the Knights offense with runs of seven and eight yards, respectively. Despite being pushed back for a one-yard loss, the senior tailback bounced right back with a six-yard run to put pressure on the L’il Irish defense. After another pair of unsuccessful carries, Passero finally found a seam and broke through for a 42-yard touchdown to give the Knights a 30-27 lead with 58 seconds left in the period…..
The RIT (7-1-2, 4-0-2 Atlantic Hockey) men’s hockey team beat Niagara University (0-7-1, 0-3-1 Atlantic Hockey) 4-1 in Atlantic Hockey action from Dwyer Arena Saturday evening. Trailing 1-0 after the first period, the Tigers outscored the Purple Eagles 4-0 in the second and third periods…
LetSaw wasted no time getting on the board, scoring on the first possession of the game. Vasile started the contest with a seven-yard gain and Chad Hallopeter burst for a 17-yard run on the first two plays. LetSaw was rewarded 15 more yards due to a holding penalty, which allowed Joshua Andrews to keep the drive going with a 10-yard run. Vasile punched his way to paydirt for a one-yard touchdown and a 6-0 lead…..
While the Knights outshot Roberts 10-3 they were unable to get past senior goalkeeper Kelsey Brinkel (Aquinas) who saw nine saves during the game.
Roberts extended their lead right away in the second half after a three pointer by Reggie Clark (Greece Arcadia) and layup by Amari Lee pushed the score to 39-31 in favor of the Redhawks.
The Purple Knights got on the board quickly with a goal in the 4th minute and added a second goal in the first half in the 21st minute.
Junior Kevin Underwood had a career-best 16 points. Senior Cody Green had 12 and junior Stephen Gabel (Fairport) had 10.